Water Crisis in India

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Highlight the reasons for the looming water crisis in India with our brilliantly designed Water Crisis in India template for PowerPoint and Google Slides. Environmentalists and ecologists can make use of this fully editable deck to discuss how India’s depleting groundwater reserves have impacted drinking water availability and the economic cost of the water crisis. You can also use this set to explain the effects of water scarcity in India and the way forward.

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  • A beautifully designed graphic illustrates the things to know about the water crisis in India.
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  • The major reasons for the water crisis in India have been given clearly and concisely.
  • A pyramid-shaped pattern depicts the solutions to overcome India’s water crisis.

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